Now through March 31, an online survey will be available to collect information from families about transportation to and from school. The survey is administered by the National Center for Safe Routes to School and will be used to determine the best locations for crossing guards to continue helping students arrive safely to school. The survey should take approximately five to 10 minutes.
The following definitions are provided to help families better clarify terminology used in the survey:
- Walk – Student walks at least one block to/from school (Walks to/from home or the parent drops/picks up the student at least one block away from the school)
- Bike – Student rides a bike to/from school
- School Bus – Student rides the school bus to/from school
- Family Vehicle – Only children from the same family are dropped off or picked up from school
- Carpool – Students from other families riding together to/from school
- Transit – City bus (DART)
- Other – Skate-board, scooter, etc.
Click here to complete the survey.